- Die Ausgesperrten
- Elfriede Jelinek
- 13 May 2019 Elfriede Jelinek
✓ E30F4A73 Ú كتاب æ Die Ausgesperrten æ Elfriede Jelinek 84284367 Elfriede Jelinek was born in Austria and won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2004.It took me quite a few pages to understand and adapt to her writing style but once I did this book became an interesting but uncomfortable read A decade and a half after WW2 and exNazis and concentration camp survivors are left in the past with their terrible secrets while their children roam the streets of Vienna carving out a new and oft timesbrutal society.This book reminded me of The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea minus the sailor Kids can be real bad, and I don’t mean not eating their vegetables bad.A couple of lines that particularly stuck in my head:“Because everday lifeoften tends to destroy sensitivities than create them.”“Anna hits her forehead Elfriede Jelinek was born in Austria and won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2004.
It took me quite a few pages to understand and adapt to her writing style but once I did this book Die Ausgesperrten became an interesting but uncomfortable read Die Ausgesperrten A decade and a half after WW2 and exNazis and concentration camp survivors are left in the past with their terrible secrets while their children roam the streets of Vienna carving out a new and oft timesbrutal society.
This book Die Ausgesperrten reminded me of The Sailor Who Fell from Grace with the Sea minus the sailor Kids can be real bad, and I don’t mean not eating their vegetables bad.
A couple of lines that particularly stuck in my head:“Because everday lifeoften tends to destroy sensitivities than create them.
”“Anna hits her forehead with her fist, but nothing comes out and nothing goe Simple declarative sentences, epigrammatically mapping a deep and troubling national malaise Seriously, this just pours the vitriol I wonder if it's possible that Jelinek hates Austria as much Bernhard? In any event these three stars are just my subjective enjoyment of this, which for some reason never fully clicked with the material, though Jelinek is clearly vital and essential Will be checking out , perhaps The Piano Teacher, of which the film version is utterly devastating.
Austria must be a really fucked up place Granted, this perception is based almost solely upon the films of Michael Haneke, and now, the books Die Ausgesperrten of Elfriede Jelinek (who also wrote The Piano Teacher which Haneke made into a film)In this story, four intellectual and rebellious teenagers commit a series of violent crimes just for the sake of violence In their spare time they misread existentialist works, go to school, have terrible familylives, and some fuck people as a form of manipulation The twins, Rainer and Anna are the most despicable and pathetic, but rich girl Sophie and lower class Hans are right up there The characters are in no way meant to be sympathetic, and are meant to satirize postwar Austria; dealing with Nazi pasts, xenophobia, and sexual perversio Wonderful, Wonderful Times“In reality I am revolted by my desires But the desires are stronger than I am.
”Music annihilates distinction: The indistinct chords promise the finetune of harmony, of melody, of strings, flutes, clarinets, and voices working in perfect order; while the distinct chords, forever straining under the musician’s adept fingers, revolt against the oppressive order; their harsh, inconsonant sounds in the milieu of musical grandiosity, struggle to remain stiff and alone, but alas, they must give away, the musician argues; the musician beats onetime, and the chords, both distinct and indistinct, sounding the beat of pleasure and pain, reach a crescendo; the musician smiles, the crowd applauses, the violence of annihilation fills Something of an unknown gem (at least here in the States), and easily the most pessimistic, nihilistic, unsettling, and harrowing book Die Ausgesperrten on this list, and perhaps holding on to those superlatives even if I extend it to every book Die Ausgesperrten I’ve read Die Ausgesperrten Jelinek has an outstanding ear for characters’ interiority, especially useful here when those interiorities are so exaggeratedly disturbed Set in Vienna in the late 1950s, and following the generation of young people whose parents were involved in the Second World War as Nazis, the novel delves into subjects most authors would flinch at One such example, written from the point of view of a character’s father, a former officer with the Nazis: Taking an abrupt decision, the exofficer (the things an officer has to be capable of, such as decisiveness!) goes into the kitchen t
” Not one for the beach ï Die Ausgesperrten ☆ Published in 1980, Wonderful Wonderful Times is a novel whose title is a complete contradiction to anything of what the book Die Ausgesperrten is indicative of Understood and accepted For me, however, it was a confirming piece of dripdrab fiction that only reiterated my original Die Ausgesperrten كتاب Rating 4.5 Pages 445 ✓ Elfriede Jelinek assessment of her after reading the perennial fan favorite, The Piano Teacher, a butcher job of a novel if ever there was one This novel could take second honors, however.
Set in the 1950s after WWII, Austria is trying to assume an air of normality and goodness, letting the past be the past and keeping the ghosts of history forcibly at bay There are no spillover ramifications from the atrocities of war In truth, that is untrue, but the character elders in Jelinek's stiff and poorly written and unconvincing novel would be hard pressed to have it otherwise, for their con You can overlook a cripple deliberately, but not that tie.
The setting is postwar Austria, late 1950s After signing a treaty, occupied forces had left Austria Bourgeois war criminals have been forgiven and taken back the reins of Austria again Past fascist crimes and skeletons are comfortably hidden in closets Economic bloom.
Elfride Jelenik's 'Wondeful, Wonderful Times' explores a few weeks of four violent adolescents' activities Novel starts with a violence, wherein these four youths attack and loot a complete stranger, out for walking in municipal park The novel ends with an evenbrutal violen إلفريده يلينك صراعاً درامياً عارماً بين جيلين، جيل ينفصل بعنف عن جيل قديم، فتطلعنا على كيفية ظهور العنف في النمسا منذ خمسينيات القرن العشرين، وتصفي حسابها مع أوزار كارثة النارية من خلال تجليات شخوصها المستبعدين من شريحة تلاميذ المدارس، والعمال المحيطين والمتشرزمين، وجماعات الفقراء المنسحقة، وهي تنتقم من أحد فلول النظام النازي ابتداءً من وصف تشوهه الجسدي والنفسي ومروراً بوصف روحه الفاسقة وانتهاء بقتله والتمثيل بجثة على يد كتاب æ Die Ausgesperrten æ Elfriede Jelinek ابنه